Wednesday, 01 August, 2012 | 10:43 WIB
Djoko Susilo Disappears
TEMPO Interactive, Semarang:Former Chief of the Traffic Police Unit, General Djoko Susilo, currently serving as Governor of the Police Academy, has been named a suspect by the Antigraft Commission (KPK) in the alleged corruption case linked to the procurement of a driving simulator for driverís licenses.
Despite the new status pinned on him on Friday, July 27, 2012, Djoko still went to the office, as well as on Tuesday morning, July 31, 2012.
However, at 10.30 a.m., Djoko leave left Gedung Tribata Utama, Police Academy Complex, Candisari, Semarang. The two story building located at the front of the Police Academy is where Djoko works.
Up until 4.30 p.m., Djoko did not return. It is not yet known where the two-star police general went.
The officials at the academy were not divulging any information at all. In the afternoon assembly at the academy, Djoko was absent. The official residence of the Policy Academy Governor Akpol was also quiet.
Earlier in the morning, from around 09.00 to 10.30, Djoko had a meeting at his office with officials of the Tourism and Culture Office of Semarang City. During the meeting, they discussed a plan to include the academy as one of the tourist destinations in the city.
After the meeting, Djoko left the room together with guests, followed by his staff. They took a group picture in front of the Policy Academy office in Gedung Tribata Utama. When photographed, Djoko looked happy.
Afterwards, Tempo tried to interview Djoko. But he refused. "Later," he said briefly.
As Djoko hurried back to his office, he was suddenly stopped by a person in civilian clothes who handed over a cellular phone to him. He resumed his walk while talking into the phone. It was not clear what was being said.
Afterwards, Djoko headed for his car, plate number H 7301, and together with his aides, he glided out of the police academy complex. ROFIUDDIN